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thus allowing you to move in for the kill
as opposed to just asking them 'live'
and just left it on the kitchen table.
it's not quite small enough
Though if I got a note like that, I'd assume it was a practical joke.
I am HOWEVER <willing to overlook all of the above terrible things and am> interested in getting to you better.
also says after the compliments '- a few of the many qualities I'm sure you have'. I know what he's trying to say but he's making it sound like he's blind/never seen her before and is just guessing :')
He could be saying she only has three good qualities and the rest of her is a bit shit.
Takes on a positive connotation, but yes, they can be good and bad.
'Let me know you're interested the next time you see me'
signed A, for Anonymous Creepy Note Person
Like, seriously lovely
I would, however, like to go and see a film with A.
In the cinema, right? Not in any other context?
Arthur Christmas is out.
GIMME SOME DRINKS
IF YOU AIN'T GOT THAT
THEN POPCORN PLEASE
OR ICE CREAM, ICE CREAM
Yes, A might be quite loud in a cinema environment but they also may be respectful of other cinema goers.
I AIN'T SEEN NOTHING, NOTHING
Great, now I can add terrible handwriting to my list of ineptitude with the broads
Just sit down on a sunday afternoon and write out loads of generic notes then pass them out to every girl you like the look of / has big boobies. One of them will call you. (not you personally but you, virgins of dis)
Made me wonder how many times he wrote his number out on little slips of paper before every night out. I could never love a man with such utter contempt for the forests, however.
One of the first comments underneath the photo is:
'apparently he wasnt fit. so funny!!!
yeah if you cant strike up a conversation to ask someone out...imagine what the date would be like!'
Also I must have Facebook friends in common with Alan Shearer. Result.
so you snaffle all the poon up for yourself?
As the train stopped at Hebden Bridge, some virgil loser handed her a Metro newspaper as he was getting off. Then he walked past her window, tapped on it and signalled 'Read it!'.
She opened it up and he'd annotated and labelled everything with edgy left-wing criticism. She brought it home to show us.
So on the front page there was an advert for L'Oreal face cream, that he'd arrowed and labelled "Cosmetic junk to make you look like the 'IDEAL' woman. THANKS SOCIETY."
Story about Lily Allen labelled "Celebrity culture that elevates people higher than the average worker. Are they really any more worthy of fame and fortune than you or I? I think not."
Story about economy - "Capitalism at its finest. Yeah, I'm perfectly fine paying the bonuses of overly-rich banking chiefs. Not."
Every single page was annotated. I think on the back it said "If you like what you've read, say Hi next time you see me on this train. :) "
Not only was he a very sad man, there were loads and loads of spelling mistakes in his critique. I'm willing to bet he uses or has used this website at some point in his dreadful life.